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What used to be our kitchen floors now look like this:

While Scott was enjoying a leisurely evening of baseball at Turner Field, I was burning a few calories and getting rid of our nasty linoleum floors. Not yet an improvement, but that is soon to change in the next few weeks. Can you imagine my relief when our floors will finally be done?

Ok, not totally done… we still have the tiling to do in the laundry room and bathrooms, but still… yay for progress! October should be one fantastic (and chock full o’ change) month.

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  1. I've had to rip up linoleum by myself before. It is not fun. I hope your husband appreciates your hard work! :o)

  2. You should have told me you were going to do that! I would have loaned you Thom, my Demo Minion. Oh well, too late now…

  3. I feel your pain. We spent weeks of backbreaking work ripping up old peel-and-stick vinyl tiles – which just kept crumbling to bits (which is why it took us weeks.. ugh). I think the whole area was 800 sq feet that we did (the entire basement).

    And then we learned it was asbestos. Hah!

    So, I guess it could be worse for you. :) Hopefully I made you feel a bit better about it! Either way, it still sucks, though – but it'll be worth it in the end, I promise!